We support local (high school) athletic departments by providing sports medicine care and prevention education to optimize the students’ athletic potential.

The Range of Motion Foundation is committed to the well-being of our community.  We support a society that is inclusive and we stand against racism and oppression.  Our foundation will continue to educate and advocate for the Black and minority communities against racial injustice.


Promote a safe environment for student athletes to achieve their goals.


The Range of Motion Foundation is a non-profit, 501(C)3 charitable organization. Tax ID #83-3047596.

ROMF is an educational foundation that was founded in Los Angeles California to support the high school athletic department in providing sports medicine services to their athletes. Over the years, there have been an increased number of young athletes who have sustained injuries but continue to play without proper evaluation or care. The Range of Motion Foundation via The Athlete Initiative program will bring Board Certified Sports Chiropractic Physicians to provide detailed evaluations, assessments and treatment for musculoskeletal and concussion injuries. The Athlete Initiative program will also design rehabilitation and injury prevention protocol to promote athlete performance and reduce the possibility of further injury.

This program will focus on but not limited to: excellent spinal injury prevention, sport trauma management, therapy, athletic health maintenance, and exceptional injury recovery. Performance optimization of the athlete’s musculoskeletal and nervous systems will also be addressed through strength and conditioning exercises. ROMF encourages a multi-disciplinary sports care environment that includes medical doctors, physical therapists, certified athletic trainers and others, which has proven to be the most beneficial for the athlete.

Many high school athletic departments are under staffed and need support to provide an opportunity for these students to continue to participate in sports. This program is designed to assist the department at no cost to the students or high school.


Erica Witter-Davis, DC, DACBSP®

Erica Witter-Davis, DC, DACBSP®


Dr Erica Witter-Davis, DC, DACBSP®, CSCS is originally from Canada and attended the University of Tennessee Knoxville on an athletic scholarship. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and was a 3 time All American in track and field. After her four years competing at the collegiate level, Dr. Witter-Davis continued her athletic endeavors on the world stage. She competed professionally for her country as a world – class sprinter, becoming a National Champion in the 100m and 200m as well as competing in the Olympics (2000) and World Championships (2001).

During her undergraduate training, she worked as a pharmacy technician, learning
about prescription interactions, vitamins and herbal supplements. She also held the
position as the interim sprints and hurdler coach at the University of Tennessee,
which allowed her to coordinate workouts, demonstrate proper lifting techniques,
circuit and weight training programs incorporating strength, and agility, designed to
maximize each athlete’s potential.

The realm of athletics and fitness opened the door to chiropractic medicine. Dr. Witter-Davis graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences Cum Laude and was the recipient of the President’s Award. She furthered her knowledge by becoming a Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physician, a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, an Instrument Assisted Soft Manipulation Practitioner and a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, which allowed her to merge her knowledge of human biomechanics and chiropractic care to work closely with many elite athletes, weekend warriors and the general public.

Jacqueline Edwards-Flowers

Jacqueline Edwards-Flowers

Vice President

A five-time Olympian, Jackie first represented The Bahamas in the Olympics in 1992 and subsequently in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Despite noteworthy performances each year, she never won a medal at this level, but her stellar track and field career includes being a two-time NCAA Champion (Indoors and Outdoors) and five-time All-American while attending Stanford University in California; Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist 1998 and finalist in 1994, 2002 and 2006; Pan American Games Bronze Medalist in 1995 and Silver Medalist 2003 as well as a Finalist in 2007.
Additionally, she was a record nine-time World Championship competitor and three-time finalist in 1991, 1995 and 2005 as well as a Silver Medalists in 1999 and 2003 in the Central American and Caribbean Championships and a Bronze Medalist in 2005.

Today Jackie lives in Los Angeles, California, where the experience she accumulated in track and field is the foundation for a multi-faceted career. For many years she was a personal trainer and high school track coach but she has transitioned into her current position as the Project & Special Events Coordinator for the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences at California State University, Northridge.

Jackie is also a motivational speaker, with speaking engagements ranging from health conventions, to underprivileged youth events, Rotary Clubs, high schools, and women’s fora. Jackie is married to Dr. Ross Flowers and has 3 children – Anthony – 15, Ayden – 13 and Christian – 11.

Sandi Fuerte

Sandi Fuerte


Sandi Fuerte enjoyed a thirty-year career in the corporate arena with Toyota Motor North America, American Honda Motor and Williams Sonoma. Key projects include initiation, procurement and implementation of Toyota learning management system for sales managers and consultants nationwide, management of web portal for 40k regional and dealer audience, launch and marketing lead for gamification app with successful adoption rate. During her time at the NUMMI plant (now the Tesla manufacturing facility) she planned and directed major restructuring of parts cross dock and consolidation based on short term logistical re-engineering and long-term impact on downstream prices, executed a successful vehicle model launch for Tacoma and Corolla and was responsible for a multi-million-dollar fiscal budget.

Sandi is excited to bring her areas of expertise in digital innovation, financial oversight, change management, process re-engineering and marketing to the nonprofit sector in Los Angeles, California. Sandi volunteers her time with the public library and also consults on digital projects and project management engagements. With a background in training and education and a love for sports, the opportunity to do community outreach, work with youth athletics and support a healthy lifestyle is a perfect fit. Recognized for exceptional team building skills and ability to motivate others, Sandi brings cohesive leadership and sparks of joy to work and life. She is excited to join this board and activate positive change.

Sandi has a dual BA from the University of California at Berkeley. She also holds a certificate in Human Resources from the University of California at Irvine. She resides in the South Bay/Los Angeles area with her husband and teenage son.


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